Government Cannot Amend or Supersede Statutory Rules by Administrative Instructions, but Can Only Fill Up any Gaps and Issue Instructions if the Rules are Silent on any Particular Point: SC

The Supreme Court on Tuesday stated that the Government cannot amend or supersede statutory rules by administrative instructions, but can only fill up any gaps and issue instructions if the rules are silent on any particular point. The bench of Justices B.R. Gavai and Prashant Kumar Mishra was dealing with the appeal challenging the judgment

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